WEST CHESTER, Ohio -- Whether they're Oreo-stuffed, piña colada flavored or raspberry cheesecake, these unusual doughnut combinations are far from your standard glazed breakfast treat.
The Butler County Doughnut Trail is offering these unusual doughnut combinations one week only for National Travel and Tourism Week from May 1 to 7.
Each shop will have a limited quantity on a first-come, first-served basis, so come early if you want to get your hands on them. See the offerings below.
- Jupiter Coffee & Donuts – Miami Maple Merger Doughnut: Long John doughnut with Ohio maple syrup and toasted pecans (available May 1 to 7)
- Kelly’s Bakery - Kelly's Bread: Pull-apart monkey bread style doughnut (available May 1 and May 3 to 7)
- Martin’s Donuts – Toffee Crunch Doughnut: Yeast doughnut with Heath bits, glazed, topped with chocolate and chocolate chips (available May 1 to 7)
- Milton’s Donuts – Ore-Dough Doughnut: An entire Oreo cookie is waiting inside (available May 1 and May 3 to 7)
- Mimi’s Donuts & Bakery – Little Chicago Doughnut: apple-filled doughnut rolled in cinnamon and sugar (available May 1 and May 3 to 7)
- Oxford Doughnut Shoppe – The Miamian: Old-fashioned, hand-cut red velvet cake doughnut with vanilla crème icing (available May 1 and May 4 to 7)
- Ross Bakery – Piña Colada Doughnut: (available May 2 to 7)
- Stan the Donut Man – German Chocolate Cake Doughnut: (available May 1 to 7)
- The Donut Spot – Raspberry Cheesecake Doughnut: (available May 1 to 7)
Not sure where all these doughnut shops are? (Shame on you!) Find them in the map below.
The trail got its start in January, when the Butler County Visitors Bureau chose to highlight nine locally owned doughnut shops to increase travel and visits to the county.
According to a news release, more than 1,700 visitors from 18 states and four countries have taken the challenge and completed all nine stops. Those who complete the trail and collect all nine passport stamps earn a complimentary Donut Trail t-shirt. Donut Trail passports are available for download at the website here or in the shops.
“The Butler County Donut Trail continues to drive incredible visitor numbers into Butler County,” said Mark Hecquet, executive director of the Butler County Visitors Bureau. “As we celebrate National Travel and Tourism Week, we look to highlight the impact tourism has on our community and its businesses large and small.”